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Entertainment // Dining // Shopping // Nightlife // Calendar Utah’s Entertainment Guide

September 2013


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Would you acquit the wicked step sisters? The fifth graders at Boulton Elementary did as part of

Constitution Day. UT State Bar?

Role-playing will be an important part of the lesson plan as nearly 200 judges and lawyers of the Utah State Bar teach about the three independent branches of the government and the importance of an independent judiciary on September 17, the 226th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. In 2011, the American Bar Association co-authored a report which found that only 38% of Americans could name the legislative, executive, and judiciary branches; 33% couldn’t name any branch. That same year, the Utah State Bar Board of Commissioners created a Civics Committee which developed a one-hour course to be taught in elementary and middle schools. Last year, 174 judges, lawyers and law school students went into 193 classrooms in 15 counties to teach. Kevin Bennett

taught 250 students in eight sessions over two days at Hurricane Middle School. After teaching seven classes totaling 200 to 300 students, Gary Bell eagerly announced, “If you need any help like this in the future, let me know – I’d do it again.” Eric Bailey, social studies teacher at Bonneville Junior High, said. “I want to express my appreciation . . . we are very lucky as Americans to have different branches of government and laws that protect our freedoms. Thank you for coming prepared and sharing your experiences with my students.” Educators who have not registered, or volunteers who are willing to teach, should visit civics.utahbar.org. And if you can’t imagine how the wicked step sisters were acquitted, you are welcome to review the elementary school lesson plan.

The Bar, established in 1931, regulates the practice of law under the authority of the Utah Supreme Court. The lawyers of the Bar are working to advance a justice system that is understood, valued, and accessible.


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48 HOURS IN Kick off the beginning cool days of fall with an artsy weekend in The Avenues.

Dining SLC Foodie dishes on some serious fine dining at the Avenues Proper.

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Discovery Gateway Something big is coming to Discovery Gateway's rooftop. Don't miss it!

STYLE Fall fashion must-haves. What are the hottest trends and where to get them.

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salt lake's finest museums Get kids back into the swing of learning with some really cool exhibits coming to Salt Lake's best museums.

nightlife What kind of night owl are you? Figure out what 24-hour hot spots you may be missing out on.

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Dive into fall with the artsy vibe of The Aves! Salt Lake’s first neighborhood is hopping with flavor and eclectic experiences to get you feeling cozied into the cool days of fall.

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Mrs. Backers Pastry Shop Mrs Backers Pastry shop has been serving the people of Salt Lake for over 65 years. Dedicated to a tradition of baking exceptional cakes and pastries, Mrs. Backers has the finest in gourmet baked goods to satisfy any sweet tooth!

434 East South Temple, SLC • www.mrsbackers.com

Avenues Yoga

Avenues Yoga is a friendly, down-to-earth place where all are welcome. Their knowledgeable and friendly instructors can help you achieve what you are looking for: less stress, better sleep, greater vitality, a brighter outlook and so much more. They welcome all body-types and ability levels, so stop in find what you are looking for.

Cafe on 1st Cafe on 1st offers a laid back atmosphere with excellent coffee, many different foods, outdoor dining, free wi-fi and the list goes on! It has a 4.6 star rating on Urbanspoon–it’s a must-try.

39 I Street, SLC

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68 K Street, SLC www.avenuesyoga.com


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Avenues Street Fair With more than 200 booths in a five block stretch on First Avenue, the Avenues Street Fair is the perfect place to support local, enjoy live music and take in the last moments of summer. Be there September 7 from 10am to 6pm!

First Avenue (between P & U streets), SLC

Inn on the Hill Named after some of Utah’s most famous landmarks, Inn on the Hill offers 11 elegant guest rooms, one mini-suite and a two-story Carriage House, all designed with your ultimate comfort in mind. Each room has remarkable character and is tastefully decorated to enhance the charm and comfort of your stay.

225 North State Street, SLC www.inn-on-the-hill.com

UT State Fair

CHICKENS CAN FLY. Come enjoy a host of rides so thrilling you might just lay an egg. For tickets and show times, go to utahstatefair.com

Cafe Shambala This quaint, family run restaurant is spectacular! Some say it’s the best Tibetan food in the valley. Their steamed momos are one of the most prized platters, so make sure to try them out and see what everybody is raving about.

382 4th Avenue, SLC

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Something Big Is Landing

Children’s museum partnership with Intermountain Healthcare creates emergency department and Life Flight interactive unlike any other.

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or years, one of the most popular exhibits at Discovery Gateway: The Children’s Museum of Utah has been the authentic Life Flight helicopter perched high atop the museum’s third floor terrace. The iconic helicopter can be seen by shoppers visiting The Gateway and inspires kids of all ages to imagine piloting the helicopter on a lifesaving rescue mission. Donated by Intermountain Healthcare, the Life Flight helicopter has been the main attraction of the Saving Lives from the Sky exhibit, where kids could also learn how to prevent accidents and stay safe. On September 21, the museum will expand the exhibit 8

exponentially, with the construction of a freestanding Primary Children’s emergency department featuring interactive areas for triage, imaging, dress up, front desk/charge nurse and surgery where children will perform surgeries using customdesigned iPad apps. The new and improved Saving Lives exhibit is sponsored by Intermountain Healthcare, continuing their commitment to the community and sharing lifesaving messages to Discovery Gateway’s quarter-million annual visitors. “We are excited to share this innovative exhibit with the children and families in our community,” says Bruce Jensen, Vice President of

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Communications at Intermountain Healthcare. “We believe it will give children a glimpse of what it is like to take care of people and save lives. And it may spark an interest in a future career in healthcare.” The new Saving Lives exhibit is entirely hands-on, with interactive opportunities for up to 40 children at one time. Kids can assume the various roles necessary to take care of patients, from coordinating a Life Flight launch—including two interactive stations in the Command Center for the Operations Controller and Communications Specialists— to caring for patients in a new interactive treatment area in the Life Flight helicopter, to using a gurney


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track to transport patients from the helicopter the Primary Children’s emergency department. Once inside the emergency department, kids can choose a role, dress up, and be a part of the hospital emergency team, whether it’s treating patients in the triage area, taking X-rays or a CT/MRI scan in the Imaging area, tracking patient progress at the charge nurse station, or joining the surgical team to perform one of three surgeries via iPad apps, including skull, wrist, or femur fracture surgeries. These custom apps, created locally by Red Olive in collaboration with Discovery Gateway and Intermountain’s creative teams, will guide children through the steps of performing these surgeries. “At Discovery Gateway, it’s our job, every day, to inspire generation upon generation to imagine what they can become,” explains museum CEO, Maria Farrington. “With the help of Intermountain Healthcare, we’re going to allow hundreds of thousands of visitors to get a hands-on feeling for what it’s like to be a helicopter pilot or a surgeon, leading them to a variety of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields as they grow and discover more about the world around them. That’s been our mission for 35 years, and that tradition will continue when we unveil the Saving Lives exhibit on September 21 – the first of its kind anywhere!” Intermountain Saving Lives exhibit will have its grand opening on Saturday, September 21, with a Members’ Only Preview at 9 a.m. and a public opening at 11 a.m. In honor of the museum’s 35th anniversary, admission will be $3.50 all day, with $35 off annual memberships. For additional information, please call the museum at 801-456-5437, or visit DiscoveryGateway.org.

Photos by Cara Stosich

Grand Opening Date: Sept. 21 Time: 11 a.m. Tickets: $3.50

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Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday Noon - 6 p.m.

More information: DiscoveryGateway.org

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Utah’s Favorite Museums It is hard to believe summer has come to a close, but Salt Lake museums are gearing up to get kids and families ready to learn. With new installations, gallery stroll and kid-friendly exhibits and workshops, you can be sure to find something that gets the whole family in the back-to-school groove. Check out some of these fascinating and fun museums to kick off the 2013–2014 school year.

The Leonardo

Check out The Leonardo’s 101 Inventions exhibit from Now through September 15. This unforgettable multi-sensory experience takes you through inventions from stone tools to the birth of the Internet! Also, join The Leonardo for Robotics for Tinkerers. Geared toward children and teens, this five-week Saturday workshop will teach the fundamentals of robotics. Price: $70 / $65 Members Ages: 10 and up Date: begins September 7; five weeks

Salt Lake Gallery Stroll

If you are looking to see a variety of art in one evening, check out the free Salt Lake Gallery Stroll. This year-round art appreciation event is held on the third Friday of each month through December, from 6–9 p.m. Walk to several conveniently located galleries and see what the Salt Lake art world has to offer. For more information or a map of the stroll, visit gallerystroll.org September Stroll: September 19

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Barbara Kruger, Untitled (We will no longer be seen and not heard), edition 25/50, 1985, lithograph. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. © Barbara Kruger. Courtesy of Mary Boone Gallery, New York.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts Get your high school students and older kids excited for college with a trip to UMFA! Utah Museum of Fine Arts engages visitors in discovering meaningful connections with artistic expressions of the world’s cultures. Check out the upcoming exhibit, Exploring Sustainability, beginning September 13. This student exhibit showcases projects created over the course of the spring 2013 semester and are inspiring examples of how students integrated sustainable design into their own creative process. Exploring Sustainability is intended to stimulate further dialogue among the university and community about issues related to sustainability. Exploring Sustainability: September 13, 2013–July 28, 2014 Tickets: Adults, $7 | Youth 6–18, $5 | Children under 6, Free Also check out the fall exhibition Under Pressure: Contemporary Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation on view from September 5, 2013-January 5, 2014


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Natural History Museum of Utah

Join the Chickadee Society for preschool adventures! This program is designed for emergent readers and parents and includes science-themed, hands-on and movement activities, and read-aloud stories. Join the Chickadee Society the second and fourth Thursday of every month at 11 a.m. Now through December 8, visit the Nature Unleashed exhibit, where you can take a look inside natural disasters like earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes and hurricanes and learn how to be prepared! Open Daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Wednesdays 10 a.m.–9 p.m. Tickets: Adult, $11.00 | Youth 13–24, $9.00 | Child 3–12, $8.00 | Child under 2, free

Imagination Place

Imagination Place is a family center for music and movement. They offer many different classes and workshops to explore creating music and movement with your children. The Imagination Fall Workshop begins September 12. For 10 weeks, you and your kids, ages 3½–5, are guided by a professional artist who specializes in working with children to explore the power of creativity, performing and visual arts, basic life skills, and building confidence and community with activities such as yoga, music, dance, theater, drumming and art. Tuesdays from 1–2:30 p.m. Cost: New families, $210 | Returning families, $200 | Siblings, $175

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An Incredible Journey. Clark Planetarium

Upcoming egyptian Theatre Shows 9/6-7 Stand-Up Comedy Joanie Coyote and Saleem

9/13-14 Tab Benoit 9/20-21 Park City Divas 9/27-10/6 Thriller 10/11-12 leon russell 10/18-19 rocky horror Picture Show 328 Main Street • ParkCityShows.com • 435.649.9371

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Dining

Avenues Proper The new eatery hot spot

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he Avenues might just be the new hot spot to eat, with several new restaurants leading the way in flavor and creativity. Avenues Proper, located at 376 8th Avenue, Suite C, opened their doors in April, boasting of the talents of their brewmaster and creativity of their chef. This new Avenues pub has everything you could want in a neighborhood eatery: good booze, fresh food and friendly staff, not to mention that they’re family friendly, too. When we walked into Avenues Proper, there were several families eating there—kids in high chairs, dads sipping beer, and moms happily enjoying it all. It’s not often

Avenues Proper

376 8th Avenue, SLC

385.227.8628 www.AvenuesProper.com

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that you find a pub that so charmingly pleases everyone in the family. And to top it off, there’s ice cream and chocolate at Hatch’s right next door. What family wouldn’t want to end a meal with that? But Avenues Proper isn’t your typical family friendly joint. With duck fat popcorn and pork belly on the menu, you immediately see that this is simply a place for those who love good food and drink. While they have seasonal specials that coordinate with what’s at the peak of harvest, it’s also nice to have a neighborhood joint that you know will continue to serve your favorites year round. One staple of their menu is the carpaccio. Right now they’re serving a wagyu carpaccio, but early in the summer they were serving elk. If you’ve never had carpaccio, it’s a dish of raw meat or fish sliced thinner than paper and commonly served with a light marinade of olive oil and lemon juice. It’s a combination unlike any other, with a dense meaty flavor yet a light and cool texture.

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Their shellfish also caught my attention. They serve mussels with coconut and a fresh herb sauce so good that I asked for a spoon. Of course, we had to try the duck fat popcorn, and it tasted just as mysterious as it sounds. The duck fat is produced when they make duck confit in house and reserve the rich sauce for this popcorn. The fat is lightly tossed into the popcorn, leaving you with a light, smoky meat flavor in each handful. It’s brilliant! For a quasi dessert, we ordered the small plate of chicken and waffles. What was most intriguing about this dish is that the chicken is actually a fried, slightly spicy, housemade chicken sausage. Normally, chicken and waffles is served with a fried piece of white meat, but the sausage really takes it over the top. For those who are fans of dipping your sausage into maple syrup, you’re really going to love this version of chicken and waffles! As for the booze, the master


                

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Shopping

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Fall for Fashion You don’t have to travel to New York or Las Vegas to find the latest fashions from NYC Fashion Week. “Leather, bold patterns, olive hues, and white are trends this fall and are available right now in Utah at City Creek Center,” reveals City Creek Center General Manager Linda Wardell. While sitting down to lunch on the patio of Brio Tuscan Grille, City Creek Center’s newest restaurant, Wardell summarized six trends she is seeing in stores for fall.

Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day?

Follow the yellow brick road to Emerald City.

According to the looks on display at New York Fall Fashion Week, winter white is in. Wear it from head to toe this fall with the Perfect Form City Pant or Lattice Detail Sheath dress from White House | Black Market to get that fresh white look.

Shades of green are a must-have this year, especially emerald. Don’t be afraid to bring emerald into every part of your life: your clothes, your home, and your office. West Elm and Restoration Hardware have everything you will need for a home-refresh this fall. To add some emerald to your life in the simplest way, work it into your makeup routine for a pop-of-color with the Emerald Collection at Sephora.

Beanies aren’t just for skiing.
 Knit beanies are in—and so are all other cute hats for that matter. The Diamond II Beanie at Salomon has a soft knit feel with a textured, feminine look perfect for pulling off that beanie look this fall.

Dots, stripes, and blossoms Classic patterns are all raging again this fall. Don’t be afraid to layer up and partner patterned pieces. The Bessie printed pintuck top and the Michaela pleated wrap skirt at BCBGMAXAZRIA can get you started for the layers and layers of dots, lines, and blossoms you will need to pull off that patterned look.

Get ready to drop and give me 50, because military style is in. Military style is strong this fall for men and women alike. Nordstrom has the must-have finish for your outfit with military-inspired jackets to bring a little edge to your feminine look. For the men, Hugo Boss’s militaryinspired bomber jacket pays tribute to the original olive and orange lining, navy blue and patch pockets. Stylist & Creative Director, Gentri Lee

Walk on the wild side! Bring your leopard print from summer to fall. Animal prints will be in everything from head to toe in bold black and white at Nordstrom. That Classic black leather will also be in abundance at Nordstrom in tees, jackets, and skirts. “Many of these trends are available at various price points,” Wardell says. “I see these trends in our luxury boutiques like Michael Kors and BCBGMAXAZRIA, and other on-trend items can be found at familiar favorites like J Crew, Banana Republic, Cotton On and H&M.” City Creek Center opened in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City in March 2012 and now has 110 stores and restaurants. Nearly a third of the store brands are new to Utah and can only be found at City Creek Center.

Hair, Mandie Sue Evans

Assistant Stylist, Nikki Hepworth

Models, Hailey Spung, Alexa Lawrence, Austin Ellis

Photographer, Clayton Gornichec

Clothing & Makeup, Sephora, Macy’s, Steve Madden, Clarks, White House Black Market and Hugo Boss

Videographer, Derrick Lytle

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Fashion Ready for Fall

Fall is here, and we couldn’t be more excited! Pumpkin-spiced lattes, colorful leaves, cooling temperatures, cozy scarfs, boots and jackets. Here at Beauty Glam Now, we are prepping for this year’s fall fashion. We have done our research and found some pretty fun style and beauty tips you will be sure to love! We teamed up with the ever-so-fabulous Ashley Rothwell-Campagna, owner at APT 202 located at 850 East 900 South in Salt lake City, to bring you some fun fall trends.

BeautyGlamNow.com is a website that brings you all things beauty and all things glam in Utah. They work on bringing you the hottest trends, spotlighting companies and people they believe in.

• Mixing blue and black (try and stick to cool blues when mixing with black). • Leather is another big trend for fall.We are seeing it on everything this season. • Gold is a must. • Little jackets and cardigans. • Gray or maroon denim. • Adding a little edginess to your outfit, whether its some spikes or a band t-shirt; it’s okay to be a little rebellious when dressing this fall.

Can’t Live Without... some of our favorite finds for this fall.

Pumpkin & Oatmeal During colder months, we need more exfoliation to slough off dead skin cells and help underlying skin to absorb our skincare products. Pumpkin Oatmeal Glow, $18, from BambuEarth.com.

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Rosebud Salve

We are in love with Rosebud Salve, $6, Sephora. This multipurpose lip balm soothes dry lips while it calms and heals irritation. What more could you need?

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Summer Glow

Don’t want to loose that summer glow? Sublime Tanning Spray from L’Oreal is a favorite of ours by far. Available at almost every grocery store for about $8.

Sock Season

Statement socks are all the rage, $15, Stance. We just love the Aztec print, and stripes are always a must. Visit stance.com and find your perfect fit!


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Nightlife

Up All Night In SLC

Salt Lake City might not be “The City That Never Sleeps,” but that certainly doesn’t mean there isn’t stuff to do when everyone else is asleep. Here are some of the best afterhour hangouts in the valley has to offer. All you have to do is answer: what kind of up-all-nighter are you?

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24 Hour Fitness The middle of the night is when all the best machines are guaranteed free, and by that I mean the ones located in front of the best channels. Other benefits include working out sans judgmental gazes, being able to shout Icona Pop as loud as you want, and doing dance treadmill, which, for the uniformed, is dancing on the treadmill. 1121 East Ashton Avenue, SLC 515 South 700 East, SLC 24 hours

Smith’s Food and Drug A Salt Lake City staple, the ninth and ninth Smith’s is the only legitimate grocery store we have access to 24 hours a day. If you don’t mind a few restricted

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areas and using the self checkout, late night can be the perfect time to stock up on canned foods and the frozen section 876 East 800 South, SLC 24 hours

Contemplative The Foothills

Luckily for us, we live in a valley, which means all you have to do is drive upward and you’ll have beautiful views of the twinkling lights below. Whether you prefer to stay in your car or get out and enjoy the fresh fall air, the hills that surround us are a perfect place to reflect and think. Go for a fun little late night hike around the foothills above the U. There are massive rocks to sit on and forget about your demanding boss or that paper that is soon due. University of Utah Foothills, SLC Guardsman Pass, Wasatch Mountains Anywhere up 24 hours

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Pie Hole If you encounter a long line after one o’clock in Salt Lake, chances are you’re at this pre-hangover haven. Check out pieholeutah.com for current specials or stumble by on your way home from the bar. The red bell pepper and basil pizza never disappoints. 344 South State Street, SLC Monday–Thursday 11 a.m. –2 a.m. Friday–Saturday 11 a.m. –3 a.m. Sunday 12 p.m–2 a.m.

The Belgian Waffle & Omelet Inn It may seem far, but it’s the nearest place to sit down and get cheap, good breakfast anytime of day, so if you’re in a diner kind of mood


and the new Dunkin’ Donuts or the old Mickey D’s doesn’t sound appetizing, trek out to the Midvale area. The Garbage Hash is hashtag awesome. 7331 South 900 East, Midvale 24 hours

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This comfy coffee house is the perfect place to rally for the night ahead. With the large patio out front, you won’t miss a minute of the surrounding city. 430 East 400 South, SLC Sunday–Thursday 7 a.m. –2 a.m. Friday–Saturday 7 a.m.– 3 a.m.

U of U Starbucks If you’re looking for a place to sit all night and sip coffee, you might be surprised to find the University of Utah Hospital is the place to be, and it’s made for people watching. 50 North Medical Drive, SLC 24 hours If you haven’t seen Salt Lake City in the darkest of the night, there’s a whole side to this city you are missing. If you are a hearty sleeper, I suggest pounding some Red Bulls and hitting the town. You just might see Salt Lake differently.

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Calendar

DATEBOOK Find something to do all month long!

Festivals & Special Events 101 Inventions That Changed The World 9/1-9/15 Certain turning points in humankind’s history have been defined by the creation or discovery of something profound. From stone tools to the birth of the Internet, driven by necessity and accident we have shaped our own destiny through invention. These inventions act as historical punctuation points in our story that explores not only the inventions themselves, but also suggests the reasoning behind their development and their consequent effect humankind. 10:00a.m.; $10-$15, The Leonardo, 209 East 500 South, SLC Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival 9/2 Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival is coming to USANA Amphitheatre. Main

Doomsday Trailer Races 9/2 A tornado has destroyed West Valley City. At least that is what it looks like after the Annual Trailer Races are finished. Come see the CHAOS!!! 4p.m.; $10-$25, Rocky Mountain Raceways, 6555 West 2100 South, West Valley Leo Libations 9/5 Join us for an evening of learning and libations as we explore a variety of wines from around the world! Interact with various grape varietals while we stimulate your senses with six unique and memorable wines. Educator James Santangelo of the Wine Academy of Utah will guide us through the tasting of six wines of different styles all while enjoying small bites from The Leonardo’s chef de cuisine Zanetta Jones. Must be 21.

First Annual Salt Lake Comic Con 9/5-9/7 The First Annual Salt Lake Comic Con is dedicated to expand awareness and appreciation of comics and related art forms with conventions and events that celebrate the history and contemporary contribution of comics to art and popular culture. The GEEX Gaming and Electronics Expo has been a long running and well loved event in Salt Lake City, but this year they are adding all the excitement and flair of today’s Comic Book and Entertainment Conventions. A partial list of artists appearing at the Salt Lake Comic Con includes Claire Coffee, Sofia Milos, Kevin Sorbo, Lou Ferrigno, Tia Carrere, Richard Hatch, William Shatner, Ray Park, Manu Bennett, Burt Ward, Adam West, Peter Mayhew, David Prowse, Dirk Benedict, Adrian Paul, Cerina Vincent, and Ben Hansen. See the Comic Com website for full list and backgrounds of all guests and activities! 4 p.m. Thursday, 12p.m. Friday and 10a.m. Saturday; $20-$150, Salt Palace Convention Center, 100 South West Temple, SLC Utah State Fair 9/5-9/15 10:00a.m.; $7-$40, Utah State Fair Grounds, 200 North 1000 West, SLC

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Calendar Classical Greek Theatre Festival: Oedipus The King 9/6 The play follows Oedipus’ journey to discover the source of the plague affecting Thebes, the killer of the old king Laius, and the truth of his own identity. He himself causes the discovery as he issues an edict, calls witnesses, listens to prophets and family, and moves inevitably to the truth. We see and hear Oedipus in action, and he is called man, hero, savior, master, and tyrant by the chorus and various characters. In his virtues and his vices, Oedipus embodies characteristics often associated with ancient Athens. In a way, the Athenian audience was watching itself onstage. But the play, like so many Greek tragedies, also tells a universal truth--since we are all concerned with identity, who we are, and how we relate to others and to the divine. 7p.m.; $15, Courage Theatre, Jewett Center for the Performing Art - Westminster College, 1700 South 1300 East, SLC Stand Up Comedy 9/6-9/7 Join headliners Saleem and Joanie Coyote. Do yourself a favor and bring more laughter to your week, enjoy a cold beer and the nightlife in fabulous Park City! 8:00p.m.; $19-$29, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City Man Games 9/6-9/7 Do you have what it takes to be the ultimate man (or woman)? Probably not, but you’ll have the time of your life finding out. Have you ever fantasized about rolling a car the length of a football field, being launched from a giant slingshot, or wrestling a swine? Of course you have, and now all of your manliest dreams will become realities in one day of testosterone, adrenaline, and beef jerky. www.mangames. com 8a.m.; $95, Heber City Fair Grounds, 415 Southfield Road, Heber City Downtown Farmer’s Market 9/7-10/26 Every Saturday Morning is Market Day. From its inception in 1992, the Downtown Farmers Market has become a summer tradition for Salt Lake City residents and visitors. Located in historic Pioneer Park, the Saturday Farmers Market has infused vitality into the middle ground between East Bench and West Side neighborhoods. 8:00a.m.; Free Admission, Pioneer Park, 350 South 300 West, SLC Constitution Day 9/17 The Utah State Bar, through its Civics Committee, has constructed a one-hour lesson plan on the United States Constitution, emphasizing such foundational tenets as democracy, separation of powers, rule of

law and the importance of an independent judiciary. In addition, hundreds of attorneys across the state, including Utah Supreme Court Justice Christine Durham and other judges and community leaders, have volunteered to partner with the Utah’s Social Studies teachers in presenting this lesson. The goal this year is to have 100 ConstitutionaClass1 lessons presented by volunteer lawyers in partnership with Social Studies teachers in junior high and high schools across the state on or near Constitution Day, Tuesday September 17, 2013. For more information please visit civics. utahbar.org What a Woman Wants Expo 9/20-9/21 Grab your girlfriends and plan on spending the day On the spot makeovers, skin care, the latest in home decor, to health and wellness. You can find fillers, microderm abrasion, a great selection in jewelry, clothing, purses and cleaning products. Make sure to check out our exciting guest speakers at the event. Industry professionals will be presenting and instructing on various topics. Show hours are on Friday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Taste of Home will be Saturday the 21st starting at 2:00. Kids under 5 get in free, seniors are half price. $5.00 gets you a weekend pass to the event. www. whatawomanwantsshow.com 10 a.m.; South Towne Expo Center, 9575 South State Street, Sandy The Governor’s Health Summit 2013 9/26 A MUST ATTEND EVENT for Business Leaders, Physicians, Human Resources, and CEO’s in Utah. REGISTER TODAY! WWW.UTAHSUMMIT. COM • LIMITED SEATING! 7:30a.m.; $150, The Salt Palace, 100 South West Temple, SLC

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Utah Women’s Run – Love Your Body 9/28 7a.m.; $25-$45, Alta Canyon Sports Center fields, 9565 Highland Drive, Sandy

Dining Dine O’Round 9/14-9/30 Get ready for another great year of the Downtown Dine O’Round. Foodies and adventurers will enjoy a three-item dinner for $15 or $30, or a two-item lunch for $5 or $10. Visit www.downtownslc.org for a complete list of participating restaurants. $5-$30, Downtown Salt Lake City

Concerts Secret Abilities 9/2 7p.m.; $6, Kilby Court, 741 South 330 West, SLC

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Calendar Chief Keef and The Glo Gang 9/2 8p.m.; $25, The Complex, 537 West 100 South, SLC Monster Energy Rock Allegiance Tour with Volbeat, HIM & more! 9/3 6:45p.m.; $37-$51.50, The Maverik Center, 3200 South Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City Jason Isbell 9/5 8p.m.; $28, The State Room, 638 South State Street, SLC The Acacia Strain 9/6 6p.m.; $15-$18, In The Venue, 579 West 200 South, SLC Icona Pop 9/6 7p.m.; $18, The Complex, 537 West 100 South, SLC The Psychedelic Furs 9/7 9p.m.; $25, Park City Live, 427 Main Street, Park City Saves the Day 9/10 7:30p.m.; $15-$18, In The Venue, 579 West 200 South, SLC Cody ChestnuTT 9/10 8p.m.; $17, The State Room, 638 South State Street, SLC Parachute 9/11 7p.m.; $17-$20, In The Venue, 579 West 200 South, SLC A Day To Remember 9/12 6p.m.; $38.50-$43, The Great Saltair, 12408 West Saltair Drive, Magna Mickey Hart Band 9/13 9p.m.; $25-$35, Park City Live, 427 Main Street, Park City The Mother Hips 9/14 9p.m.; $19, The State Room, 638 South State Street, SLC Jimmy Cliff 9/15 7p.m.; $31-$36, The Depot, 400 West South Temple, SLC

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Kamelot 9/15 6p.m.; $25, In The Venue, 579 West 200 South, SLC

Trapt 9/27 6p.m.; $15-$17, In The Venue, 579 West 200 South, SLC

Titus Andronicus 9/16 7p.m.; $10-$12, Kilby Court, 741 South 330 West, SLC

Robbie Rivera 9/27 9p.m.; $20-$30, Park City Live, 427 Main Street, Park City

Shawn Mullins 9/17 8p.m.; $25, The State Room, 638 South State Street, SLC

Title Fight 9/30 6:30p.m.; $15.50, In The Venue, 579 West 200 South, SLC

The Lumineers 9/17 7:30p.m.; $35, The Great Saltair, 12408 West Saltair Drive, Magna

Performances

The Grahams 9/18 7p.m.; $8-$10, Kilby Court, 741 South 330 West, SLC Sevendust 9/19 6p.m.; $25, In The Venue, 579 West 200 South, SLC Muse 9/19 7p.m.; $35-$65, EnergySolutions Arena, 301 West South Temple, SLC Slackers 9/19 7p.m.; $16, The Complex, 537 West 100 South, SLC Luke Bryan 9/20 7p.m.; $30.25-$55, USANA Amphitheatre, 5150 South 6055 West, SLC Hanson 9/20 7p.m.; $26-$31, The Depot, 400 West South Temple, SLC Park City Divas 9/20-9/21 8:00p.m.; $19-$32, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City Jackson Scott 9/21 7p.m.; $5, Kilby Court, 741 South 330 West, SLC Diana Krall 9/24 8p.m.; $60-$70, Kingsbury Hall – University of Utah, 1395 East President’s Circle, SLC Jake Bugg 9/24 7:30p.m.; $15-$17, The Depot, 400 West South Temple, SLC

Tab Benoit 9/13-9/14 GRAMMY nominated guitarist and songwriter. Winner of the W.C. Handy Blues Award and named B.B. King Entertainer of the Year. With a repertoire that ranges from swamp-pop classics to gritty blues and rootsy jams. 8:00p.m.; $35-$60, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City CLASSICAL GREEK THEATRE FESTIVALOEDIPUS THE KING 9/21-9/22 & 9/28-9/29 Bring breakfast and a blanket, and enjoy your morning in the Garden Amphitheatre with this live theatre performance produced by Classical Greek Theatre Festival of Westminster College. Traditionally, Greek Theatre is performed at dawn, but our performances begin at 9am, with a special pre-show discussion at 8:30am. http:// redbuttegarden.org/greek_theatre_2013 9a.m.; $7-$15, Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, SLC The Start Of Something Big 9/26-9/28 7:30p.m.; $35 plus, Jeanne’ Wagner Theatre - Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 West 300 South, SLC Thriller! By Odyssey Dance Theatre 9/27-10/6 Back by ever popular demand, it’s Odyssey Dance Theatre’s award-winning THRILLER! With a ghoulish cast of characters and dances, this Halloween spooktacular is mystifying, phantasmic, and sometimes funny! Get your tickets early, because it will sell out again this year! Visit www.egyptiantheatrecompany.org for showtimes. $35-$48, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City


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